A Connection To History
A reliable interpretation. Numbers and colors that all translators agree on are the only reliable confirmation of prophecy fulfilled in history. Nothing else can be trusted and that certainly includes your interpretation which is no better than the others. Numbers and colors found in prophecy can be found in history. Just need to look.
A reason to trust what is written. All translations agree on numbers and colors. Not so much with other words. The writers were inspired. The translators not so much. Too many different versions. Too many different interpretations. Who or what can you trust? Numbers and colors are faithful and true. Use them to connect history with prophecy.
A Word to the Wise
A final chapter. These sayings are faithful and true. The translators not so much. They couldn’t agree so we have 60 different English translations with many more revisions. Lord, to whom shall we go? Good question Peter. Not everyone has been properly inspired so some of us must rely on numbers and maybe colors. This is where the translators actually agree.
A connection between history and prophecy that can be trusted. Your interpretation? Not so much. Your translation? Not so much except for numbers and colors. Somehow they have survived what translators do to the Word of God. Some things are sacred.
A Focus On The Past
A history where prophecy is fulfilled. Only a prophet can predict the future. We can’t trust our interpretation of what is written. Even the translators can’t agree except for numbers and colors. We can trust numbers and colors and find a fit in history. Only then can we confirm a prophecy fulfilled.
A location for the four horsemen. The Red Sea and the Black Sea are obvious. The White Sea not so much unless you consider the Mediterranean Sea aka the white sea by the Turks. Like numbers, colors are not subject to interpretation and translation errors. You can trust them. Your interpretation not so much.
A location. The color of the horses is a clue from whence they came. Start with the Red and Black seas. The white sea is a little tricky. It is the Mediterranean aka white sea according to the Turks. Like numbers, colors are translated accurately. No room for interpretation. The translators all agree on numbers and colors.
A Friend For Christianity
A bow in his hand, a covenant with God similar to Genesis 9:13. The rider was Constantine who made the world safe for Christians. He was from the Mediterranean aka the white sea by the Turks. Other riders were from the Red and Black seas. Color matters.
A Blessing For He That Watcheth
A need to understand. History is the key. A place for the fulfillment of prophecy. What is to come will be found in history. We just need to watch for it. What should we look for? Numbers and colors that somehow survived the errors of translation and interpretation. They reliably connect history to prophecy.
A Reliable Source
A reason to believe in the bible. Only history can confirm the fulfillment of prophecy. Only numbers and colors can reliably connect history and prophecy. Do all the different bibles agree on anything? Numbers and colors. They don’t need to be interpreted. Unlike many other words that seem to demand it.